The Henry Clay War Hawk Corona was a very enjoyable cigar and one of my favorite Ecuadorian Connecticut offerings this year. I love the use of the Broadleaf binder and the Honduran tobacco in the filler. Henry Clay just shouts Broadleaf, so even though this is not your typical old school Henry Clay, it keeps with the tradition of using the tobacco in the blend. It is like Royal Agio with Brazilian tobacco and I love that. As a Connecticut offering, it is enjoyable and captures that quality which I look for in a cigar of this nature. Smooth, not overly strong in strength and body but complex and flavorful at the same time. I think Altadis U.S.A. is doing a great job with the Henry Clay brand. While the Pete Johnson Henry Clay release helped them resurrect the brand in some ways, it is far from the best Henry Clay cigar they have done. Since Stalk Cut, they have had some great releases with the Henry Clay name. I think the Rustic Cheroot was fantastic. Back to the War Hawk, the cigar has a great price and winning qualities. The Henry Clay brand is a brand more cigar smokers and retailers should pay attention to and tryout.